Saturn has begun its three-year passage through Capricorn. The King has returned to his own land, in other words. In a way, it’s Judgement Day, but don’t worry – if you’ve lived with integrity, you’ll be rewarded. (That coin has another side, however.)
In our December newsletter and podcast Steven looked into the mirror of history, exploring some of the past events that illustrate this epochal transit. He reflected on its current collective significance in the larger world. That free offering provides a solid foundation for the deeper material he's just recorded for a new audio download.
In this new recording, Steven offers a more intimate perspective. What does Saturn’s return to Capricorn mean for you personally?
For about three more years, Saturn will be “on steroids” for every one of us. Before it finally exits Capricorn at the end of 2020, the ringed planet is likely to make major or minor aspects to the majority of the sensitive points in your chart – and your life.
In his new download, Steven explores the psycho-spiritual impact of this life-altering event across the board. Then he analyzes the specific meaning of Saturn’s current transits through its aspects to the natal Sun and Moon, to each of the planets, plus the lunar nodes, all individually.
Whether you use astrology for personal growth and reflection or practice the craft in service of others, we encourage you to spend a couple of hours getting ready to grasp the underlying meaning, possible pitfalls, and inspiring potentials of the next three years.
Best wishes for a happy and fruitful New Year!
With love from the whole gang at Forrest Astrology
What does Saturn’s return to the sign it rules mean for you?
Over approximately two hours, Steven shares general guidelines for understanding the psycho-spiritual impact of this “Saturn on steroids,” then he analyzes its specific integration with the Sun, the Moon, each of the planets, plus the lunar nodes, all individually.
Whether you use astrology for personal growth and reflection or practice the craft in service of others, we encourage you to spend a couple of hours getting ready to understand the underlying meaning, pitfalls, and possibilities.